Household appliance manufacturer, Miele, announce their new H 5981 BP oven.
March 31st, 2009
Designing ‘the best oven in the world’ sounds like a big task, however this is exactly what Miele have set out to create with their new H 5981 BP oven.
Drawing on more than 100 years experience in household appliance design, Miele’s R&D experts literally started with a blank sheet of paper.
The team took into account a diverse range of user requirements from around the world to create what could only be described as the ultimate oven.
This new H 5981 BP offers unparalleled elegant design and innovative features, including an integrated rotisserie within the huge cooking chamber, twin powered fans, over 100 automatic programmes – for everything from pasta bake to apple pie – with auto-sensor and a feature-rich, three-dimensional control panel.
The oven incorporates special programs for low-temperature cooking – ideal for slow roasting meats, allowing you them to cook for several hours at temperatures ranging from 65°C to 80°C.
Another feature, ‘Moisture Plus’– drawing from commercial oven design – takes in a precise amount of water via a filler tube, creating steam and resulting in perfect conditions for a variety of roasting and baking.
The exceptional usable space, use of innovative features and useful technology combined with superior quality, durability and timeless, elegant design ensure the new H 5981 BP is the ultimate cooking experience.
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